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Questions about CS teaching to high school level students. This should be used when the context or level of the answer or question is that of high school students. In many cases, an AP tag is more appropriate because AP classes are typically taught in high school.

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There are three basic building blocks of programming: simple sequence, decisions, and iterations (loops). Any program can be built from these three basic constructs. They are like the six simple mach …
answered Apr 13 '18 by Java Jive
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Since I first considered posting this question, the situation played out in my classroom, and here's how I handled it. I had three students who had a history of "Lone-Rangerism" (last semester). I as …
answered Mar 13 '18 by Java Jive
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My second semester programming curriculum includes a searching and sorting unit and mentions Big O notation, giving the notation for each search and sort we implement. It does not show the derivation …
asked Mar 26 '18 by Java Jive
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We all have them - students who want to write all the code themselves, who don't want to be part of a group project. They have poor social skills, or they don't know anyone else in the class, or they …
asked Mar 13 '18 by Java Jive
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Should CS students be keeping a portfolio, and if so, what should it look like? What would you, as a potential employer or college recruiter, like to see in/on a potential employee or student portfoli …
asked Mar 20 '18 by Java Jive